Kamokuna Ocean Lava Entry - Big Island - Hawaii — Judy H McPhee

While visiting the Big Island of Hawaii, we went on a 8 mile bike ride to see the lava flow of Halemaumau vent at Kilauea.  The flow comes out of a lava tube and enters the ocean a few feet above sea level - each time is different.  At times the lava will break out on the surface and flow for a short or long distance, giving the onlooker an experience of a 'once in a life time' view and  while watching this amazing force of nature take it course, creating new land.   On February 2, 2017 a large part of the newly formed land collapsed into the ocean.  

Kamokuna ocean entry lava flow on January 20, 2017

Kamokuna ocean entry lava flow on January 20, 2017

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My Travel Photography

During my visit to London in 2013, my husband wanted to take me to Portobello Market.  We walked through the Market on a Sunday, which was very busy.  Took us a while to find a restaurant that had a table available for two.  Here is one of the photos I took of these colourful buildings on this famous street in London.